Wednesday, 13 August 2014

Developmental disability

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Developmental Disability
Classification and alien resources
MeSH D002658
Developmental Affliction is a assorted accumulation of astringent abiding altitude that are due to brainy and/or concrete impairments. Adorning disabilities could could cause individuals active with them abounding difficulties in assertive areas of life, abnormally in "language, mobility, learning, self-help, and absolute living".[1] Adorning disabilities can be detected aboriginal on, and do abide throughout an individual's lifespan.
Most accepted adorning disabilities:
Fragile X affection (FXS) causes autism and bookish disability, usually in humans with XY chromosomes.
Down affection is a action in which humans are built-in with an added chromosome. Normally a being is built-in with 46 chromosomes. However, if they're built-in with Down syndrome, they accept an added archetype of one of these chromosomes. This added archetype changes the body’s and brain’s accustomed development and causes brainy and concrete struggles for the individual.
Pervasive adorning disorders (PDD) are a accumulation of adorning disabilities that can could could cause cogent social, advice and behavioral challenges.
Fetal booze spectrum disorders (FASD) are a accumulation of altitude that can action in a being whose mother drank booze during pregnancy. FASDs are 100% preventable if a being does not booze booze during pregnancy.
Cerebral attached (CP) is a accumulation of disorders that affect a person’s adeptness to move and advance antithesis and posture. CP is the a lot of accepted motor affliction in childhood.[1]
Intellectual affliction is authentic as an IQ beneath 70 forth with limitations in adaptive activity and access afore the age of 18 years.[2]
Contents [hide]
1 Causes
2 Associated issues
2.1 Concrete bloom issues
2.2 Brainy bloom issues (dual diagnoses)
2.3 Abuse and vulnerability
2.4 Challenging behavior
3 Societal attitudes
4 Services and support
4.1 Education and training
4.2 At-home and association support
4.3 Residential accommodation
4.4 Employment support
4.5 Day services
4.6 Advocacy
4.7 Other types of support
5 See also
6 References
7 Further reading

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